On Saturday, Project Homeless Connect at Gaines Park offered free food, haircuts, and other services. To help; www.homelesscoalitionpbc.org CLICK BELOW TO WATCH:
New policy bans idling in city utility vehicles.
Thanksgiving Day 11/27/14 No Service
The results from a series of focus groups on the city’s parks and recreation programs are in.
Bottom line: None of this has any impact on residents.
Report calls for better procedures and outsourcing of services.
WATCH VIDEO OF THE MAYOR’S DEDICATION AND COMMENTS November 13, 2014 (West Palm Beach, FL) – From the Kravis to the Norton, from pop up galleries to world class restaurants, West Palm Beach has always been the cultural center of the Palm Beaches. Thursday the city made it official. Working together with the Downtown […]
November 10, 2014 (West Palm Beach, FL) – When All Aboard Florida builds its downtown West Palm Beach station, two streets will be permanently closed to make room for the platform. Those closures have the potential to snarl traffic around the station and on nearby downtown streets. Because of that risk, the City […]
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Part of The Mayor’s “Open Access” campaign.
New market may replace doomed Winn Dixie.
“This is when our voices count the most,” said Mayor Muoio.
The Northwood Village Art & Wine Promenade Gets Spooky!
Mayor Jeri Muoio helped cut the ribbon on the latest new business in the city’s Historic NW.
Presented by the Historical Society of Palm Beach County.
Find out where to vote.
Enjoy yourself and be safe!
Some helpful info on your red light camera violation.
It’s out with the old and in with the new.
Next Class is October 29, 2014.
Give us just over an hour, and tell us what you’d like to see in our parks!
WPB PD has some new faces in new places.
$13.5 million, paid in full at closing.
MAYOR JERI MUOIO: “We Have Moved On.”
City Tears Down IHOP at 8111 South Dixie Highway.
Too big, too much traffic, and too much impact on nearby water supplies.
October 1, 2014 (West Palm Beach, FL) – The City of West Palm Beach announced today it will begin a new program aimed at reducing violence among the city’s youngest residents and improving the health and well-being of children and teenagers in the City’s less affluent neighborhoods. West Palm Beach is one of only nine […]
Water bills do not need to go up in 2015.
Behind the Scenes look at training
From the WPB INSIDER.